Trump just dropped his stupidest tweet yet, and the internet is in stitches [TWEETS]

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President Trump is well known for not thinking much before he tweets. And yet, even by his own very low standards, Trump hit an all-new deep-sea-trench of ridiculousness on 8 February.

The problem with this tweet was that Trump wasn’t clear about what the ‘D’ in “EASY D” stood for. Which was unfortunate, as in modern parlance ‘D’ is an abbreviation of… well… let’s just take a look at some of the replies he received.

There’s an app for that

Many of us have found ourselves searching for EASY D. And as you’d expect, the boffins in Silicon Valley have already catered to these whims with a mobile-telephony application:

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For those who don’t know, Grindr is “the world’s largest gay social network app”.

Bigger than hip-hop

Some people speculated that EASY D might be some sort of rap-performance moniker:

Come to bed thighs

Many thought Trump had made a mistake. But others speculated that he knew, and had pictures to prove it:

Hostile work environment

The great thing for Trump about being President is that he doesn’t have to answer for his own mouth-tripe anymore:

Make Saturday Night Live great again

But as always, there was one clear benefactor of Trump’s rampant tweeting:

But what did he even?

One question remains, though. Who or what is EASY D?

The D could stand for:

  1. Deal.
  2. Domino’s Pizza.
  3. Didgeridoo music.

But maybe the answer was staring us in the face all along:

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